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Legend of the Lost Tomb (1997)

While excavating near the Pyramids, Dr. Leonhardt finds a small box with a map to the treasures of the Pharaoh Ramessess II. On his way to deliver this to the local authorities, he is ... See full summary »

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Dr. William Bent
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John Robie
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Karen Lacy
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Dr. Eric Leonhardt
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Salaam
Hamdy Heykal ...
Scorpion
Youseff Daoud ...
Dr. Gamael
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Ali
Mahmoud El Lozy ...
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Pierre Sioufi ...
Sunshine Tour Guide
Abdel Lateef Gamaea ...
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Fruit Vendor
Hani Desokey ...
Dig Director
Jonathan Winfrey ...
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While excavating near the Pyramids, Dr. Leonhardt finds a small box with a map to the treasures of the Pharaoh Ramessess II. On his way to deliver this to the local authorities, he is kidnapped by his nemesis Dr. Bent. Before Bent can retrieve the papyrus map, Karen, who is Leonhardt's student assistant, and John, Leonhardt's son take the map to look for Leonhardt. They soon find that Bent is in hot pursuit and they figure that the only way to save Leonhardt is to be the first to the treasure so that they could ransom the Doctor from Bent. But Bent has other plans for all three of them. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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Rated PG for adventure violence and mild language | See all certifications »
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Kimberlee Michelle Peterson's and Brock Pierce's real passports are shown, with their names only hidden by Stacey Keach's thumb. See more »

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A Perfect Candidate For MST-ification
15 July 2005 | by (Brisbane, Australia) – See all my reviews

This is basically an 80s film that didn't bother getting made until the 90s -- and boy oh boy, this movie's got it all: Cardboard characters, a plethora of movie clichés, a classical Not-Really-Very-British British villain played by none other than Stacy Keach, a thoroughly annoying Boy Wonder, a quasi-wholesome teenybopper jiggle interest, lots of byplay and banter twixt Boy and Girl, fine literature (an Ancient Papyrus and a Teenage Girl's Journal), a Hidden Treasure, more clichés in the form of supporting characters/roles, heaps of I'm-So-Acting acting from a bunch of nobodies (excepting Keach, of course), and a script that's flatter than the proverbial pancake.

Oh, and it's got Stacy Keach as the Villain and he's got a black beard AND an Evil Henchman known as "Scorpion", and they delight in making schoolgirls shriek in terror.

I gave this film five stars but this should be taken as an *average*: If you're looking for a film to be taken seriously, that's a 1. If you're looking for something to riff on and rip apart à la Joel (or Mike) and the Bots, it's an easy 10. Fine fair for a Saturday afternoon when you don't feel like watching the footy and you're looking for any excuse to let the lawn grow just a bit longer.

Ooh ooh ooh -- and did I mention that Stacy Keach plays the villain?


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